Amanda Bynes Sketches Self-Portrait, Changes Twitter Default Picture and Profile Information

Amanda Bynes in Los Angeles on December 29, 2013
Amanda Bynes shared a sketched self-portrait via Twitter on Monday, March 10 -- see the drawing PacificCoastNews

Sketchy. . . but in a good way. Amanda Bynes has recently returned to Twitter, and is slowly reconnecting with her fans. On Monday, March 10, the on-the-mend actress posted a self-portrait she sketched herself.

"New sketch," Bynes, 27, wrote. She also pointed out how she only has one verified account. "FYI This is my only twitter account, I have no secret twitter accounts. Xoxo Amanda."

The What I Like About You star drew a black and white pencil drawing that emphasized her big eyes, pouty lips, and long blonde locks. She also appeared naked in the portrait.

Bynes tweeted for the first time in months on Feb. 28 following her stint in rehab, and deleted her previous, infamously erratic and bizarre tweets. "Hi everyone!" she wrote. "I'm busy studying at @FIDM but I want to say I love you to my fans! Xoxo Amanda." Bynes has also changed her Twitter profile information to "Fashion Student" and recently uploaded a selfie for her default picture wearing minimal makeup and a grey sweatshirt.

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Amanda Bynes self-portrait sketch Courtesy of Amanda Bynes

Bynes underwent several months of treatment for mental illness, and returned home from a Malibu facility back in December 2013. (She transferred to the Malibu facility in September 2013 from the psych ward at UCLA Medical Center.) At the time, her attorney, Tamar Arminak, told Us Weekly in a statement that attending college and majoring in fashion design was the next step the star intended to make.

"Amanda and her entire family would like to thank everyone who's contacted them with good thoughts and wishes for Amanda's recovery," Arminak told Us. "Amanda has completed her inpatient rehabilitation and she's feeling better every day."

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